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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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The Argumentative Function of Folk Proverbs in Narrative Discourse: The Example Of ‘Ladies of the Moon’ by Jokha Al-Harthy

This study examines the argumentative techniques that the narrator uses to change the recipients' beliefs and convey his message during the communication...

Women's Clothes and Ornamentation in Traditional Qatari Literature

Women have a rich aesthetic heritage of clothing and accessories that oral folk literature can benefit from in the production of topics and...

The Folk Song and Social Values in Tunisia: The Example of The Song ‘Oh Dove That Flew’

Interest in values is an important indicator of the advancement of any society that seeks to create people capable of bearing the burdens of life and...

Professor Jargy and the Music of the Arabian Gulf

At the beginning of the 1970s, my friend Dr. Mohammed Jaber Al-Ansari was Chairman of Bahrain’s Information Service. He assigned me to welcome and assist...

The Oath in The Moroccan Dialect: A Functional Study

The purpose of this study is to examine and describe the linguistic use of oaths in the Moroccan dialect. The data collection for this study extended over a...

An Anthropological Interpretation of Traditional Jewellery in Tlemcen

Traditional crafts are among the activities that can be traced back to ancient history, and they have been immortalised by the creativity of...

The Argumentative Function of Folk Proverbs in Narrative Discourse: The Example Of ‘Ladies of the Moon’ by Jokha Al-Harthy

This study examines the argumentative techniques that the narrator uses to change the recipients' beliefs and convey his message during the communication...

Folk Singing and Cultural Topics: A Study of Structure and Semantics

The folk song continues to receive a lot of attention in studies on traditional music. This is not because it has pure artistic and aesthetic values or broad...

The Folk Song and Social Values in Tunisia: The Example of The Song ‘Oh Dove That Flew’

Interest in values is an important indicator of the advancement of any society that seeks to create people capable of bearing the burdens of life and...

‘Shabakah’ in the Bizerte region: A women's craft

This study aims to investigate Shabakah, which is a traditional Tunisian craft practiced by women. This study is conducted within the context of...

The Sword and Dagger in Sudanese Cultural Heritage

This article aims to highlight the significance of the sword in Sudanese cultural heritage and its history in ancient Sudanese civilisations as supported by...

The Miraculous in the Literary Text: The Example Of ‘One Thousand and One Nights’

Researchers agree that ‘One Thousand and One Nights’ is a miraculous text. As is well-known, the book is full of fairy tales, and magic dominates...

Women's Clothes and Ornamentation in Traditional Qatari Literature

Women have a rich aesthetic heritage of clothing and accessories that oral folk literature can benefit from in the production of topics and...

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